|Poster:||Visual16||Date:||Oct 23, 2007 5:28am|
|Forum:||GratefulDead||Subject:||Re: Nero 7 and 'Winamp 3' questions -- in particular, making DVD's|
But you use Nero to "create an ISO file" or picture of the disk on your hard drive for quick accurate burning. I think that Nero uses its own type of ISO which is called an .nrg file. Either way, once it's read onto the HD, you reopen Nero and open the image file (.nrg or .iso) and burn it onto a blank of correct spec.
The approx. 1 gig files in the video folder are (by standard) MPEG-2 files, and usually with AC-3 audio mixed onto the file. To put them on Archive.org, the portions would have to be combined into a continuous file or be broken down song by song and usually the sound is converted to "MP2" which is easier to edit. Hope all that is some help.